Thoughtful Thursday…tips to improve insulin sensitivity for fat loss and better health...
Welcome to Thoughtful Thursday. This GreenNote Fitness newsletter mindfully gathers and distills useful information that is supportive to our journey. It is my mission to educate, inspire, and propel you into action that moves you towards your goals and life of purpose. Take control of your journey today.
This is an informative article that explains simply what insulin sensitivity is, what it does to your body (i.e. gain fat), and which type of foods (i.e. carbohydrates) greatly impact it and how to improve it for fat loss. The simple tip outlined in this article is one that I use. It’s always good to understand and be aware of what is happening with our bodies. I think it lends itself to making better choices for how we choose to live.
Exercise for Insulin Resistance It’s no surprise that exercise can help with overall health and specifically with insulin resistance. A study published in the International Journal of Sports Medicine explains, “exercise should be considered virtually “essential” in terms of both treating and preventing insulin resistance.” That is very powerful; lifestyle choices can both treat and prevent something that leads to obesity and disease.
Exercises and Other Tips to Improve Insulin Sensitivity
So now we know that exercise is “essential” for treating and preventing insulin resistance. What type of exercises should we be doing? This is a great article that gives exercise suggestions but also what to cook with, what eat, what to drink, and other “live-well” advice. Did you miss last week’s newsletter on how to prioritize, make great tasting pudding, and improve your mood …?
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